Livni: Netanyahu-led gov't will lead to 'halachic' state

December 30, 2012 14:14


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Tzipi Livni warned on Sunday that a government led by Binyamin Netanyahu and his coalition partners will be a "halachic, fearful state" that enemies will view as weak.

Speaking at a campaign event for The Tzipi Livni Party, Livni bemoaned the situation in which extremist rabbis call for Jews to not rent homes to Arabs and encourage IDF soldiers to refusing orders to evacuate settlements.

She further warned that Netanyahu would lead Israel to international isolation.

She presented her party as the alternative and moderate option, and called for a change in the order of national priorities. Livni promised to lead to this change, that will include an agreement with the Palestinians alongside promoting of real equality in opportunities within the Israeli society.

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